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Old 02-03-2010, 06:47 AM
kuldeep.singh kuldeep.singh is offline
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carrier of a mechanical engineer as ship designer

hello everybody

I want to know the carrier of a mechanical engineer as ship designer/naval architect
Because most of the company demand for a degree in naval architect but i have degree in Mechanical engineering
I have been working since last two years mainly in 3d modelling,stability, making different onboard plans.
Plz advice me about my carrier.
Should i change my field for a better carrier.

plz help me
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Old 02-03-2010, 11:31 AM
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Many countries don't even have a specific Naval Architect degree. If the companies in your area demand a NA degree, my advise can only be to keep on working as a Mechanical Engineer or go back to school. NAs work alongside mechanical engineers for many parts of the design and construction.
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